The way a website is built can enable or prevent a person with a disability from using it. Just as physical spaces need modifications to make them accessible, digital spaces, like websites, do too.
Things like ramps, audio traffic signals, and braille signs help people access and interact with public spaces. On a website, things like images, links, and navigation need adjustments in the code to make them accessible. Without these code changes, people with disabilities may be excluded from being able to use a website.
KenCCID believes in empowering people. As part of living our mission, we created this website to give everyone an equal opportunity to use it. We believe all websites should be inclusive and made accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of ability or technology.
KenCCID followed the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines for accessibility, which are the internationally recognized standards for web accessibility.
If you have any trouble using our website please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (215) 288-9797